Selections from Missy Elliott, Tweet, Fabolous, Sean Paul and Erick Sermon will be featured on Elektra's soundtrack to "Honey," due Nov. 25.

Selections from Missy Elliott, Tweet, Fabolous, Sean Paul and Erick Sermon will be featured on Elektra's soundtrack to "Honey," due Nov. 25. The first single will be Blaque's "I'm Good," taken from the group's forthcoming Elektra album "Torch," due in early 2004. "Honey" hits North American theaters on Dec. 5.

Elliott's "Hurt Sumthin," Tweet's "Thugman," Amerie's "When I Think of You," Yolanda Adams' "I Believe" and "Now Ride" from Fabolous are among the songs on the set that have not been previously widely available. Other artists who appear on the soundtrack include Nate Dogg, Jadakiss & Sheek, Mark Ronson and up-and-coming R&B singer Goapele.

"Honey" stars Jessica Alba, who previously played the lead on Fox's "Dark Angel" television series. Alba plays a young choreographe. The supporting cast included Meki Phifer, David Moscow, Lonette McKeee, Zachary Isaiah Williams, Joe Bryant and, as previously reported, Lil' Romeo. A number of musicians have cameos in the film, including Elliott, Ginuwine, 3rd Storee, Shan Desman, Tweet, Jadakiss and Sheek.

"Honey" marks the directorial debut of Bille Woodruff, who has previously held the reins on a number of major videos, including Nelly's "Hot in Herre" and R. Kelly's "The World's Greatest."

Here is the track listing for "Honey:"

"J-A-D-A," Jadakiss & Sheek
"I Believe," Yolanda Adams
"React," Erick Sermon
"Oooh Wee," Mark Ronson featuring Ghostface Killah
"Hurt Sumthin," Missy Elliott
"Thugman," Tweet
"Closer," Goapele
"Now Ride," Fabolous
"Gimme the Light," Sean Paul
"I'm Good," Blaque
"When I Think of You," Amerie
"Leave Her Alone," Nate Dogg featuring Roc-A-Fella Crew